Creating long-term value for our shareholders, employees, local communities, governments, suppliers and other stakeholders is an integral component of Teck’s approach to sustainability.
What you will find in these pages:
The Economic Contributions section includes economic performance based on the GRI indicator EC1: Direct economic value generated and distributed. This indicator contains data such as: revenues, operating costs, employee compensation, donations and other community investments, retained earnings, and payments to capital providers and governments. Other areas reported on in the Economic Contributions section include:
Our approach to product stewardship of improving the utility and value of our products, is applied through the Product Stewardship Committee (PSC). Members are responsible for assessing the Health and Safety of our products and the Product Labeling.
Climate Change Economics
Climate change risk and opportunity is an aspect reviewed by our senior governance body: the Board of Directors. The risks and opportunities of our activities due to climate change are assessed, reviewed through case studies and workshops, and publicly reported by way of the Carbon Disclosure Project . These all inform the ongoing development of our Carbon Strategy.